Zehra NaqviShould you always listen to your heart? Is righteousness a form of ego? A quote by Osho, the zen master, intriguingly refers to ‘character’ as a ‘tomb’.
Rajgopal NidamboorThe ability to let go bottled-up feelings Most of us tend to bottle-up our emotions —especially when we are ‘under the emotional weather.’ This often leads to suppressed feelings.
Kuruvilla PandikattuWhy is waking up to life important? Waking Up is breaking book on spirituality by an atheist. In its preface, the famous atheist Sam Harris acknowledges that this is the book he actually wanted to write for more than a decade.
Purnendu GhoshA little chaos can make life exciting It is hard to imagine life without chaos. Of course, our brains enjoy reacting to predictable ways, but they also enjoy reacting to unpredictable ways.
Zehra NaqviHow can we escape gender stereotypes? There’s a little bit of man in every woman, and a little bit of woman in every man.
Rajgopal NidamboorInner balance echoes one’s outer harmony While some of us are aware of our inner voice, not many know or perceive its evolution, or pattern. This is because the whole premise is tangibly intangible.
Kuruvilla PandikattuThe choice between best and worst is ours The relation between religion and violence has always intrigued humans.
Purnendu GhoshWhy waste life hating when love opens doors? Hate, like love, is an all-consuming passion. It often represents extreme behaviour and is linked to aggression. Hate could be due to anger, fear or revulsion.
Zehra NaqviRememberance and forgetting are crucial Memories are so vital to our lives that they can be easily termed as the ‘sixth sense’.
Rajgopal NidamboorConquer your qualms to reach the next level All of us know the essence, if not the subtle nuances, of the future. As Albert Einstein said, “I never think of the future; it comes soon enough.” For most people, the future is always near.